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November 14, 2017

Summit Highlights Issues, Needs of African-Americans in West Virginia

Huntington Herald-Dispatch – The socioeconomic disparities that plague West Virginians are amplified among the state’s African-American population, said the Rev. Matthew Watts, who organized the State of African Americans in West Virginia Summit hosted Monday at Marshall University. Read.

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